Bayern star will listen to Manchester United offer

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Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri will listen to offers away from the Bundesliga giants this summer, according to his brother.

As reported by Swiss newspaper Blick, Shaqiri's brother Erdin has hinted that the Swiss international could move to Manchester United or Liverpool this summer. 

Erdin also revealed that the 22-year-old would be prepared to listen to an offer from Italian outfit Inter Milan. 

Erdin told reporters: "We are waiting now until summer. Then, when clubs make approaches such as Liverpool, Manchester United, Inter Milan and other top clubs, we can listen to their offers.

"That said, Bayern stills remain our first point of contact before we talk to other clubs."

Shaqiri seems desperate to play more first team football ahead of next season, after a number of substitute appearances in this campaign. 

It remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool make a move for the winger this summer. 

Much could depend on whether either team are playing in Europe's elite competition. David Moyes' side look a long way off the pace in their bid to secure a place in the top four in the Premier League.

Manchester United's immediate attention will turn to their Champions League Round of 16 second leg clash with Olympiacos tonight. The Red Devils head into the game 2-0 behind their opponents and will be desperate to turn things around at Old Trafford. 

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